This version corresponds to the service deployed at https://webrecorder.io/
If you are interested in contributing to Webrecorder, or have any general questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the official repository of the Webrecorder web archiving platform: https://webrecorder.io/
Webrecorder provides an integrated platform for creating high-fidelity web archives while browsing, sharing,and disseminating archived content.
Users may try the service anonymously or login and create a permanent online archive.
Webrecorder will support multiple backends and will integrate with existing preservation systems.
For best experience, please try Webrecorder at https://webrecorder.io/
git clone https://github.com/webrecorder/webrecorder
cd webrecorder; bash init-default.sh.
docker-compose up -d
init-default.sh is a convenience script that copies wr_sample.env ->
wr.env and creates keys for session encryption.)
Point your browser to port
http://:8089/ to view the Webrecorder.
Webrecorder is fully configured from
wr.yaml, which includes full settings for the application and various containers.
Archived data (WARCs) are stored locally under the
./data/ directory, and all metadata and user info is stored in a persistent Redis instance.
Useful environment and deployment settings are loaded from
wr.env and can be overriden per-deployment.
Following are a few of these settings:
DEFAULT_STORAGE option in
wr.env configures storage options. Default is just the local file system.
s3 is also supported. To use s3, set
DEFAULT_STORAGE=s3 and fill in the additional auth settings in
With default local storage, archived data is kept in the
./data/warcs directory only.
Webrecorder sends invitiation, confirmation and lost password emails. By default, a local SMTP server is run in Docker, however, this can be configured to use a remote server by changing
By default, Webrecorder allows anyone with access to the web site to register for an account. However, users may wish to limitregistration to specifically invited users.
To require invites, simply set
admin.py script provides easy low level management of users. Add, modify and remove users along with creating and managing invites.
To interactively create a user:
docker exec -it webrecorder_app_1 python -m webrecorder.admin -cor programmatically add users by supplying the appropriate positional values:
... python -m webrecorder.admin -c ''
-mmodify a user
-ddelete a user
-icreate and send a new invite
-llist invited users
-bsend backlogged invites
docker exec -it webrecorder_app_1 python -m webrecorder.admin --help for full details.
When making changes to Webrecorder, running
docker-compose build; docker-compose up -d will restart all of the containers.
To restart only the Webrecorder container, use the
For any questions/concerns regarding the project or https://webrecorder.io/ you can:
Open issues on GitHub
Tweet to us at https://twitter.com/webrecorder_io
Contact us at email@example.com
git clone webrecorder-webrecorder_-_2017-05-25_20-55-24.bundle -b master